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for any type of unattended packages or boxes in high risk areas, liquids, mist -- this is going to be a biological or chemical release. numerous sick or dead animals or birds. any objects that does not seem right, do you want to touch it? i'm not sure what this is, let me jostle it around. no, no, don't do that. move away and report it. remember that. a cell phone, a call, calling 911, using your cell phone may detonate that device. so obviously don't use your cell phone. go to a hard wire phone, land line phone, outside, and call 911. what do we do as first responders. when we come up do we use our walkie talkies or radio? no. you go to a hard wire phone, call it in and get the information back because it may detonate that using the radio frequency. remember we talked about suspected terrorism is a stop sign for you as nerts. you do not want to get hurt. any questions on the terrorism? bnice is not nice. incident takes place, it takes place here on the left side, this is called the hot zone. you obviously want to be in the cold zone. first responders, we're going to come up to
. police made an arrest of the mother after witnessed called 911. they found an unattended baby in distress inside the car. >> all they heard was a baby crying. they looked in the car and saw her skin was flush with tears. >> the baby was sweating. police found the mother shopping. >> she knew the child was there and said the windows was down. >> reporter: in court today the lawyer said one car window was down 4 inches. the temperature 76 degrees. i asked san francisco state heat stress scientists for his opinion. >> 105 degrees. after just 20 minutes temperatures could be fatal for a child. >> reporter: the baby was unhurt but 32 u.s. children died of heat stroke in cars. the baby was released to her father. the court ordered her to receive child safety counseling and she was told to return to court in three weeks. health and science editor john fowler ktvu channel 2 news. >>> a 17-year-old accused of shooting a toddler in oakland has been ordered to stand trial. a judge ruled there is enough evidence for frederick coleman to face a jury
themselves against unattended pregnancy. >> >>> a young bay area can now get a shot of treatment for a rare form of cancer. 24 earlier saravia has tumor both inside his body. designed specifically for patients with his conditions. we reached ousaravia, --a representative tell us today that federal health will pay for lewis to under go a 2 day evaluation starting >>> 8 8 thousand jobs were added in march, that's the smallest number in 9 months and half the average of the previous six months. the number dropped only because more people stop looking for jobs and they're no longer counted as job less. well, that job pictures sent stock markets into retreat today. that was after being down as much as 171 points earlier today, the naz das knack fail -- >>> the judge denied the request to clarify the lawsuit as a class action seeking damages on behalf of tens of thousands. >>> chevrons got to restart the rep finery in richmond. it was heavily damaged in the rich fire last year. the listing a flew of safety violations that occur before and during the accident. the u.s. chemical safe
procedures in place. you have to look at tips and if you have unattended packages and you go into the standard reours sponse. london had on the games last week safe and secure and that the result not just amazing from the -- but also from the people of london. we are used to knowing what to do. you do look to see if there is are packages around. that's something we have done. >> you did a phenomenal job with the olympics and only conclude he will do the same with this. >> we are getting word thoot justice department is getting ready to file chargings against the -- charges against the suspect. and the uncle is ready to talk again and he was not speaking fondly of his nephews a couple of days ago. i think he's loaded for bear right now. we'll have more after this. i thought about not coming to the city. are you on yedge more aware. >> yes. >> it could happen kidnap. >> any place. >> after every threatened attack and warning, it is the same thing. people start cocooning . some stay behind closed doors and they hold back going to public places whether they have to or not. hillar
police made an arrest of the mother after witnessed called 911. they found an unattended baby in distress inside the car. >> all they heard was a baby crying. they looked in the car and saw her skin was flush with tears. >> the baby was sweating. police found the mother shopping. >> she knew the child was there and said the windows was down. >> reporter: in court today the lawyer said one car window was down 4 inches. the temperature 76 degrees. i asked san francisco state heat stress scientists for his opinion. >> 105 degrees. after just 20 minutes temperatures could be fatal for a child. >> reporter: the baby was unhurt but 32 u.s. children died of heat stroke in cars. the baby was released to her father. the court ordered her to receive child safety counseling and she was told to return to court in three weeks. health and science editor john fowler ktvu channel 2 news. >>> a 17-year-old accused of shooting a toddler in oakland has been ordered to stand trial. a judge ruled there is enough evidence for frederick coleman to face a jury on murder. he is accused of killing hir
:42. unattended baby left in the car by her mother is now in the custody of her father. it happened wednesday afternoon at the marina square shopping mall in san leandro. around noon witnesses saw the unintended baby and called 911. the four-month-old was crying and sweating profusely when they got there. >> she admitted she knew the child was there and also said the widow was down. thinking it was okay. but of course it's not. >> luckily the baby was not hurt. in court yesterday the judge ordered 30-year-old chan to have child safety counseling. chan will have to return to court in three weeks. >>> two employees are out of a job for sharing pornography and gambling on the job. 15 additional employees also face discipline including suspensions andy suspensions and day motions. >> the advertise workers were using employee time while looking at pornographic images and gambling. >>> more bad news for carnival cruise line. the center for disease control says the ship carnival fascination failed a federal health inspection. the agency reported live flies, dried food, and salad bars not protected b
and it could be a factor. >> ama: on wednesday a woman was arrested for leaving her baby unattended in her car in the same parking lot. >> a staff member at a oakland elementary school stopped a child from being kidnapped. a five-year-old boy was standing in front of an elementary school at 2:30. a stranger approached, tried to pick him up but the staff member intervened and scared the stranger off who took off running. the man is described, mid-30s, 5'10" and dark complexion and short hairstyle. >> a busy stretch of 101 in marin will see rolling closures. they will set up traffic breaks on the southbound direction between marin city and golden gate bridge between 7:00 a.m. and noon. an on-ramp from spencer avenue will be shut down. that will give scientists to survey a cliff that has been the site of several rock slides. >> dan: coming up a new complaints about robo surgery. so present is it can peel the skin off a grape. >> no also a lot of money is pooh piling up at the airport lost and found. how it got there. >> dan: jewelry store thief that swallowed the evidence. how police knew they ha
was arrested for leaving her baby unattended in her car in the same parking lot. >> a staff member at a oakland elementary school stopped a child from being kidnapped. a five-year-old boy was standing in front of an elementary school at 2:30. a stranger approached, tried to pick him up but the staff member intervened and scared the stranger off who took off running. the man is described, mid-30s, 5'10" and dark complexion and short hairstyle. >> a busy stretch of 101 in marin will see rolling closures. they will set up traffic breaks on the southbound direction between marin city and golden gate bridge between 7:00 a.m. and noon. an on-ramp from spencer avenue will be shut down. that will give scientists to survey a cliff that has been the site of several rock slides. >> dan: coming up a new complaints about robo surgery. so present is it can peel the skin off a grape. >> no also a lot of money is pooh piling up at the airport lost and found. how it got there. >> dan: jewelry store thief that swallowed the evidence. how police knew they had their man. >> then later.... >> tonight we have music
to their surroundings. >> to be on the lookout for any suspicious behavior or unattended bags. >> reporter: overseas, london will deploy more than 700 police officers for tomorrow's marathon, the first big race since boston. >> i've increased by policing operation with high visibility patrols. >> back in new york, a city used to being on high alert, nypd officers will be out in full force at two races tomorrow, including the annual 9/11 memorial 5k. >> whatever they have to do that's necessary. >> reporter: a new sense of security and a new normal taking shape. michelle franzen, nbc news, new york. >>> when we come back here tonight, the latest on what may have caused that huge explosion in texas. more than 5,700. >>> overseas, a race against time in china after a devastating earthquake killed at least 157 people and injured more than 5,700. it happened overnight in sichuan province where a massive quake struck five years ago. nbc's ian williams now the latest from beijing. >> reporter: the powerful 6.6 magnitude quake struck shortly after 8:00 this morning. for a full minute, it shook towns and vil
a cal fire chopper helped put out the flames the air. an unattended fire at a homeless camp got out of control. nobody was hurt. >> a manhunt is underway tonight for a pan who fatally stabbed a 9-year-old. the child was attacked at home about 25 miles east of stockton. authorities haven't yet said if the victim was a boy or girl. multiple law enforcement agencies are searching the area right now looking for the suspect. he is white or hispanic, 6'' with a muscular build and gray hair. authorities say he should be considered armed and dangerous. >> we have a search going on by both the ground and we have dogs on scene. we have an air ship that's been on scene and as time has gone on expanded. >> reporter: residents received reverse 911 calls warning them to lock doors and report any suspicious activity. >> two different group of protesters dedicated to ending street violence gathered for their weekly demonstrations today and as john tells us their message has taken on new meaning
to the burn unit. investigators say an unattended candle started the fire. it caused $200 thousand damage. one cat was saved, but another one died. >> >> oakland city council will consider the cost of expanding the police force. police are announcing a new cad my. the department is working to increase staff -- a report out last year estimates the expansion will cost 16% of oakland's current budget, $16 million. the budget will be discussed, which is due at the end off june. >>> firefighter except brighting a welcome back for one of their own. fighting a fire at a downtown church, unfirefighter had a heart attack. they plan to celebrate his return to duty tomorrow morning at fire station 1 in downtown san jose. >> >> today is east ever sunday, for many that means going to church, hunting for easter eggs and long among loved ones. scott's seafood restaurant. adults and children were all here, straight from the easter egg hunt. >> the easter bunny was in our house tom daschle -- many argue toward children. there are many celebrating the
in the north bay. 60s and 70s. >>> time right now is 4:42. unattended baby left in the car by her mother is now in the custody of her father. it happened wednesday afternoon at the marina square shopping mall in san leandro. around noon witnesses saw the unintended baby and called 911. the four-month-old was crying and sweating profusely when they got there. >> she admitted she knew the child was there and also said the widow was down. thinking it was okay. but of course it's not. >> luckily the baby was not hurt. in court yesterday the judge ordered 30-year-old chan to have child safety counseling. chan will have to return to court in three weeks. >>> two employees are out of a job for sharing pornography and gambling on the job. 15 additional employees also face discipline including suspensions andy suspensions and day motions. >> the advertise workers were using employee time while looking at pornographic images and gambling. >>> more bad news for carnival cruise line. the center for disease control says the ship carnival fascination failed a feder
if anyone left anything left unattended a bag any type of luggage police were swooping down on that making sure that someone was around to claim that. >> craig boswell live in boston. >> we have continuing coverage on the egxplosions when the new edge returns. coming up terrorism expert steven emerson joins me to give us insight on this terrorist attack. >> we'll turn -- turn it over to sue to talk about the weather. >>  today we're following the boston, massachusetts eggs sploeks shins. -- explosions. joining me is steven an expert on terrorism. i want to ask you first what about this attack tells you it's foreign terrorism? >> well, i mean it can go both ways. ball bearings that were used in the bomb, the two bombs, are staples of suicide vests used in the middle east. on the other hand al-qaeda type attacks usually focus on large concentration shins of pedestrians and people such as buses stadiums, trains, not necessarily open wide streets. so there weren't that many casualties. as many as there were which is tragic it didn't kill as many as al-qaeda has ki
scouring the area -- >> any thing unattended right now is being treated as a potential problem. we are methodically going through the area to check each particular parcel. >> we will be back with more information when we have it. background --me if you are a 20-year-old college student to grew up in boston, you'd be forgiven for thinking your mayor would forever be named menino. you can see the governor there who started his day by visiting the bear in the hospital. the mayor has had a number of health challenges, the longest serving mayor in boston history. he has decided not to run for reelection, but you cannot keep him down on a daylight today. he got cleaned up and came over to greet the press. we did learn some new details. the police commissioner backing off reports that what ever ppened at the kennedy library was related to this call much less certain. a fire or incendiary device is a new story. library officials have said it was just an electrical fire. we have lost two sold in this today. 100 injuries, two confirmed dead at the finish line bombing of the boston marathon.
at the same shopping center. police say leaving children unattended in vehicles exposes them to potential heat exhaustion and kidnapping. the charge is a misdemeanor but each could face jail time and a fine up to 2 thousand dollars. >> san jose is planning to fight a judge's ruling. that could open the emails of thousands of government employees to the public the city council has voted to appeal last month's ruling, which declared that employee messages about city business. are public records. even if, they were sent by a private device. open- government advocates say, it could plug a hole in california's public records act, which never envisioned modern technology and social media could bring greater transparency. >> the san francisco zoo has a brand new exhibit. and the star is their eight- week-old sumatran tiger cub! the cub is now 14-pounds and strong enough to venture into the outdoor enclosure. the lion house will be open today. zoo officials are asking visitors to be mindful of the baby tiger. and watch their noise levels when at the exhibit. beautiful! >> gorgeouscoming up on kron 4 n
. >> are you looking through garbage cans? are they skouerring the area? >> any -- anything that is unattended right now, any package that is unattended is being treated as a potential problem. we're methodically going through the area to make sure we check each parcel. >> we'll be back with some more information when we have it. >> just for some background, if you're a 20-year-old college student growing up in boston, you'd be forgiven for thinking your mayor will forever be named manino. this >> this is a cnbc special report. >> here is what we know at this point. according to police in boston, two separate explosions occurred around 2:50 p.m. eastern time this afternoon. the elite runners had all crossed long before that, but the area was still crowded with late finishers and well-wishers. and police have confirmed at least two dead at this point and scores injured. >> we want to get right to bertha who has the latest. >> reporter: a tragic end to the 117th running of the boston marathon. here's what we know. according to boston police commissioner, ed davis, the two separate explosions occ
that is unattended right now, any package unattended is being treated as a potential problem. we're going lieu to check each particular parcel and item. >> we're going to call this for number we'll be back with more information when we have it. but thank you all for coming. thank you very much. >> i'm bret baier in washington. you're looking live in boston. this is a fox news alert. that was boston police commissioner ed davis saying that no one is in custody, but they do have a heavy police presence at various hospitals. this as we had reports about a person of interest being guarded at one hospital. terror on patriots day. what was supposed to be a boston marathon celebrating life. an iconic eye vent, the fulfillment of life long dreams for many has turned into a deadly nightmare. at least two people have been killed, dozens others have been injured and maimed. and at least two explosions near the finish line of the venerable boston marathon. a third incident at the jfk library, officials are not sure, they believe it was fire related, perhaps not tied to the bombings. it's a bit vague at th
in this type of threat. if you leave an unattended package in an airport or bus or train station in israel, it won't be long before a civilian will announce it to the others around them and to law enforcement that there is that unattended package. so there's going to be a combination. >> pelley: jim davis, one obvious question is can we ever guarantee protection? can we ever guarantee that something like this doesn't happen given all of the kinds of things we just heard about? >> i think we absolutely cannot guarantee it. so -- but, you know, the challenge is to make sure that the event is as secure as possible while also allowing for people to enjoy the event. you know, people expect to be able to participate in a marathon. or they expect to be able to go to a football game and enjoy that event and still have a feeling of security. so it really is a challenge for law enforcement to make sure that you're doing what you can to secure the event while also allowing people the freedom to really enjoy it. >> brown:s where that line? because it's enjoyment, it's convenience, there are obvious ci
was transferred to the burn unit. investigators say an unattended candle started the fire. it caused $200 thousand damage. one cat was saved, but another one died. >> >> oakland city council will consider the cost of expanding the police force. police are announcing a new cad my. the department is working to increase staff -- a report out last year estimates the expansion will cost 16% of oakland's current budget, $16 million. the budget will be discussed, which is due at the end off june. >>> firefighter except brighting a welcome back for one of their own. fighting a fire at a downtown church, unfirefighter had a heart attack. they plan to celebrate his return to duty tomorrow morning at fire station 1 in downtown san jose. >> >> today is east ever sunday, for many that means going to church, hunting for easter eggs and long among loved ones. scott's seafood restaurant. adults and children were all here, straight from the easter egg hunt. >> the easter bunny was in our house tom daschle -- many argue toward children. there are many celebrating the day with friends. wu #e spoke to a woman from o
was going to suffer if i kept that up. you all please help us out. don't leave us unattended. we know everybody. you know the bank, it's always a game. we know that. but i learned something from j. z. he said you can't knock the hustle if you're not helping nobody. thank you. >> supervisor avalos: thank you very much. next speaker please. >> my name's steve bristow, a business agent with 1021, born in 1949, a little bit older than the last speaker. i'm a married man which means i get an allowance. the other day i parked in front of starbucks, ran in to get my coffee, in there not more than three minutes, i came out, there was a citation on my vehicle for parking. the second thing that occurred to me was, when i opened it up, my god, this is a stiff price to pay for a cup of coffee. being on allowance, i had to go back and plead with the spouse to try to find money to pay for the ticket. the consequences of it is i'm not going to park in front of starbucks without a bag of quarters anymore, ever again. there is a consequence to that. there's none for the banks right now, absolutely non
'faith, full sail, with fan spread and streamers out. you seem to be unattended, madam. you used to have the beau monde throng after you. oh, i have denied myself airs. today, i have walked forth through the crowd. dear millamant, why were you so long? long? lord, have i not made violent haste? i have asked every living thing i met for you. i have enquired after you, as after a new fashion. you were dressed before i came abroad. ay, that's true. oh, but then i had--mincing, what had i? why was i so long? oh, mem, your ladyship stayed to peruse a packet of letters. oh, ay, letters. i had letters. i am persecuted with letters. i hate letters. nobody knows how to write letters. and yet, one has them, and one does not know why. they serve one to pin up one's hair. is that the way? pray, madam, do you pin up your hair with all your letters? i find that i must keep copies. only those written in verse, mr. mirabell. i never pin up my hair with prose. i fancy one's hair would not curl if it were pinned up with prose. i think i tried once, mincing. oh, mem, i shall never forget it. mirabell, did
of child left unattended at the marina square shopping center in san leandro yesterday. 4 month old girl found inside the car crying history tear klichlt it was 80 degrees outside when officers arrived. they searched the stores until they found the baby mother. >> had her head down. head down. happened were cuffed behind her back and doing the walk of shame to the police ca car. >>reporter: we went to the mother's house. nobody answered the door. neighbor told us she surprised by the woman's actions. >> sachltd wonderful mother. really, really takes good care of the children. >>reporter: the woman was arrested on a charge of child neglect. the father arrived and took custody of the baby. >> smokey fire at legal marijuana co-op in oakland put out quickly. we were over the scene on international indoor garden company on foothill boulevard 3:00 o'clock today. 300 plants were inside the building. firefighters don't know whether caused the fire but pg&e workers are investigating the possibility of faulty wiring. >> new at 11:00 san rafael teen has quite a story to tell after he was
responded to report o child left unattended at the marina square shopping center in san leandro yesterday. 4 month old girl found inside the car crying history tear klichlt it was 80 degrees outside when officers arrived. they searched the stores until they found the baby mother. >> had her head down. head down. happened were cuffed behind her back and doing the walk of shame to the police ca car. >>reporter: we went to the mother's house. nobody answered the door. neighbor told us she surprised by the woman's actions. >> sachltd wonderful mother. really, really takes good care of the children. >>reporter: the woman was arrested on a charge of child neglect. the father arrived and took custody of the baby. >> smokey fire at legal marijuana co-op in oakland put out quickly. we were over the scene on international indoor garden company on foothill boulevard 3:00 o'clock today. 300 plants were inside the building. firefighters don't know whether caused the fire but pg&e workers are investigating the possibility of faulty wiring. >> new at 11:00 san rafael teen has quite a story to
7 news learn that had for the second time this week, children have been left unattended in a car at the shopping mall. today a 3 and 4-year-old found in a vehicle with windows rolled up outside of the marina square shopping center. the father found and arrested for child endangerment. wednesday, temperatures rose to 80 degrees a 4-month-old girl was found inside of the a car, crying. the mother in that case was also arrested. >> tonight new developments on the ongoing standoff with north korea. secretary of state john kerry arrived in seoul today to reassure south korea u.s. will protect allies against any threats posed by the north. kerry sought to tame anxieties raised by the pentagon report found north korea probably has a nuclear weapon in its hands. he issued a warning to kim jung un to stop the hostile war rhetoric and stand down on a planned missile launch. >> if he decides to launch a missle, wlp it's across the sea of japan or some other direction, he will be choosing willfully to ignore the international community. >> but the key to getting them to back down could be ch
.m.s and backpacks that are left unattended. that is a major part of that effort. >> it does remind me of the days after 911 that when they said if you see something, say something. >> we'll be right back. these cool sliders. what's this one do? i dunno. the name's bear, fancy bear. score planner is free to everyone. free score applies with enrollment in freecreditscore.com fancy bear slider still in beta. >> and we now have a name for at least one of the victims of this terrorist attack. they are reporting that 8-year-old martin richard was killed. his mother and sister were also seriously wounded. and this is the moment when the explosion occurred. this video was taken by a boston globe journalist who was at the finish line. take a look. a wrooi . >> security is intensified across the u.s. an investigation is underway. joe johns is in washington and explains how different federal departments are working together in the investigation. >> in boston, the federal response has been enormous. the fbi which takes the lead roll is flooding the city with assets to process an enormous crime scene. the fed
ktvu . >>> in san josi firefighters say an unattended fire grot got outle control. t-broke out around 2:15 on communicates hill. it burns about five acres near guadalupe parkway and curtner avenue. nobody was hurt. >>> a san francisco police fireboat made a dramatic rescue after a fishing boat caught fire on the bay. police say four people were on this boat when an engine leak started a fire on the boat before 10:00 a.m.. if you look at your screen, you can see how badly this boat was burned. a police boat rushed to the rescue, bringing the four to safety. a witness told us he could see the smoke from his window. >> have you seen or talked to the guys on that? >> i did, and they looked a little shook up. i talked to them about a couple of hours ago and they looked like they had just seen a ghost. >> reporter: we're told one person was treated for smokeip halation and other three people on board were not hurt a motorcyclist was killed late last night after police say he led them on a high-speed chase. officers tried to pull the motorcyclist over on interstate 580 around 11:00 people, a
the public to remain vigilant. if you are out continue to be alert to suspicious activity with unattended packages and remember there is still a very, very dangerous individual at large. but we feel confident based on what we know of the status of the investigation right now, to that extent we can return to living on lives. in the areas with this day indoors request in effect it is lifted but remain vigilant. >> i just want to say thank you for your cooperation. for the last several hours it was helpful for us as we went to work on this investigation. we do not have an individual arrested yet but we have a lot of leads and boston will stand tall and will not stand down. save you for your cooperation. and for the views -- business community. together we will get through this. thank you. >> again, my message is to the community of watertown. is a little different you will see saturated patrols. state police will be out, local communities will support us, so we will see a big presence, we have done a thorough search of the 20 block interior unfortunately we did not have any results. but we w
. >> anything that is unattendedud right now, any package that is being unattended is beingbeing treated as a potential problem. we're methodically going througg the area to make sure that weree check every particular parcelpa and item rtthat is out there. th >> we will call this for now. we will be back with more more information when we have it.ve thank you very much. >>> we continue to follow breakk news from boston?ton? a horrific scene at the boston n marathon tonight.tonig two people are dead, dozens are inked as policinjured, as polico others expired. >>> a third explosion at the jfk library happened although thehe connection has not been not bee determined. we will continue team coverage e on this story.sty. the developing word is that the d.c. area is at a high tenned state of alert. today president obama isident os expected to address the nation at 6:10. at 6 we continue with our boston affiliate. >>> it's patriots day pri pri 15th. patriots pat day. we have seen a number of explosions, fefer several of th. the question is who is behind these attacks. attack that is something w
do have a news crew heading to the campus. >>> an unattended baby left in the car by her mother is now in the custody of her father. this happened wednesday afternoon at the marina square shopping mall in san leandro. around noon, several witnesses saw the unattended baby and called 911. police say the 4-month-old was crying hysterically and spwetting profusely -- sweating profusely. police say they found the mother, robin chan, shopping. >> she admitted the child was there and thought it was okay because the windows were down. that's not okay. >> chan will return to court in three weeks and was ordered child safety counseling. >>> an ipad got stuck in a woman's bumper. it happened after a man left his ipad on top of his car and drove off. the ipad launched in the woman's bumper. she kept driving, not noticing it was there. she was able to track down the owner and he says it still works. >>> apple will pay $53 million in the settlement. according to "wire" magazine, hundreds of thousands of customers will receive cash payments for faulty phones not covered by warranties. individ
county. we do have a news crew heading to the campus. >>> an unattended baby left in the car by her mother is now in the custody of her father. this happened wednesday afternoon at the marina square shopping mall in san leandro. around noon, several witnesses saw the unattended baby and called 911. police say the 4-month-old was crying hysterically and spwetting profusely -- sweating profusely. police say they found the mother, robin chan, shopping. >> she admitted the child was there and thought it was okay because the windows were down. that's not okay. >> chan will return to court in three weeks and was ordered child safety counseling. >>> an ipad got stuck in a woman's bumper. it happened after a man left his ipad on top of his car and drove off. the ipad launched in the woman's bumper. she kept driving, not noticing it was there. she was able to track down the owner and he says it still works. >>> apple will pay $53 million in the settlement. according to "wire" magazine, hundreds of thousands of customers will receive cash payments for fau
the appalachian trail when in fact, he was down in argentina. he left his state unattended for five days. nobody, of course, including his wife, his chief of staff the lieutenant governor, no one knew where he was and he got the second biggest ethics fine, $70,000, ever in state history. i ask you, i said, governor why would people vote for you after all that you've done? and he said, well, you know, nobody's perfect and i asked the lord for forgiveness and now i have god's grace. nobody's perfect. he said, i've been apologizing for years, and in fact, ben cenk, he went on what we call in the media an apology tour. for weeks and months he would tell everybody how sorry he was and some people are buying it. some people are saying, well, you know, that's his personal problems. i like the way he votes. i like his conservative votes. >> cenk: so, bill, you're right. he just did it again this morning on a morning show. i want to show that to you and get your reaction on whether you're buying it. let's take a look here. >> i'll go back to a sermon that was given at our church two weeks ago and the pre
911. they had discovered an unattended baby in distress inside a car. >> when they arrived, all they heard was a baby crying hysterically. they looked in the car and saw that her skin was kind of flush with tears coming from her eyes. >> reporter: the 4 -month-old was dehydrated profusely. they found the mother shopping. >> she admitted the daughter was there and she said well the windows are down, thinking it was okay and of course it's not. >> reporter: the windows were down four inches. the temperatures 77 degrees. i asked san francisco stress analyst for his opinion. >> it can get up to 105 degrees. in 10 minutes you can be in temperatures that are unbearable. >> reporter: after court the family declined to speak to me on camera. the baby girl, who they say is still breast-feeding was turned over to her father. john fowler, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> the national hockey league announced a new partnership with an organization that supports gay and lesbians in sports. the goal is to provide education and training program to incoming players. the nhl is the first of the professio
mall. police arrested a 30-year-old woman after witnesses called 911. they had discovered an unattended baby in distress inside a car. >> when they arrived, all they heard was a baby crying hysterically. they looked in the car and saw that her skin was kind of flush with tears coming from her eyes. >> reporter: the 4 -month-old was dehydrated profusely. they found the mother shopping. >> she admitted the daughter was there and she said well the windows are down, thinking it was okay and of course it's not. >> reporter: the windows were down four inches. the temperatures 77 degrees. i asked san francisco stress analyst for his opinion. >> it can get up to 105 degrees. in 10 minutes you can be in temperatures that are unbearable. >> reporter: after court the family declined to speak to me on camera. the baby girl, who they say is still breast-feeding was turned over to her father. john fowler, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> the national hockey league announced a new partnership with an organization that supports gay and lesbians in sports. the goal is to provide education and training program t
of a child left unattended at the marina square shopping center on when. officers found a four-month-old girl inside crying his tearally. it was 80 degrees outside when officers got there. she search the stores until they found the baby's mother and arrested her. police identified the woman as robin cham and the father took custody the bead after papers checked her out and determined she was okay. >> hayward police are asking for help in finding a 34-year-old man who has been missing since sunday. police provided this picture of the man. family and friends say they have not heard from him in five days which is very unusual. he always checks in, they say. he was reported missing on wednesday. according to police he was last seen sunday night in alameda. >> new details on the bay bridge bolt troubles. a comedy of errors caused the dozens of bolts do snap. experts say a series of mistakes by caltran and the manufactureers made the bolts susceptible to rain water. this includes improperly heating the bolts beyond industry standards, making them vulnerable to corrosion. officials say it could take
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